Main Squeeze Juice Co. slated to open storefront, production facility in Cypress on Feb. 26

A new storefront and production facility for Main Squeeze Juice Co. will open Feb. 26 on House & Hahl Road in Cypress. (Courtesy Main Squeeze Juice. Co)
A new storefront and production facility for Main Squeeze Juice Co. will open Feb. 26 on House & Hahl Road in Cypress. (Courtesy Main Squeeze Juice. Co)

A new storefront and production facility for Main Squeeze Juice Co. will open Feb. 26 on House & Hahl Road in Cypress. (Courtesy Main Squeeze Juice. Co)

Juice and smoothie bar franchise Main Squeeze Juice Co. will open a location Feb. 26 at 16734 House & Hahl Road, Cypress, including a storefront and a 1,500-square-foot production facility that will be used to provide fresh, cold-pressed juices for other franchise locations.

Run by Marc Miller and Jeff and Tabitha Drost, the new location offers a menu of juices and smoothies that are based on superfoods and designed by nutritionists, including vegan and gluten-free options. The franchise also offers one-, three- and five-day juice cleanse programs; shots; and acai bowls.


A grand opening celebration set for Feb. 26-28 will include $5 smoothies, juices and bowls as well as a free T-shirt with a purchase. The owners also plan to unveil a mobile juice truck at the event.


“We were excited to work with the Main Squeeze team on this new concept and to see it come together and be completed is an incredible feeling,” the Drosts said in a press release. “As business partners, we are always looking at how we can streamline processes, and this production facility will help us better supply our locations and provide the freshest and highest-quality products possible to the local communities.”

Miller and the Drosts also own franchise locations in Pearland and Webster and said they are looking to open five more Houston-area locations in the coming years. www.mainsqueezejuiceco.com
By Shawn Arrajj
Shawn Arrajj serves as the editor of the Cy-Fair edition of Community Impact Newspaper where he covers the Cy-Fair and Jersey Village communities. He mainly writes about development, transportation and issues in Harris County.


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